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02-06-2009 04:40 PM
Triple8Sol
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Originally Posted by Rocketbass88 View Post
That would be a perfect world, wouldn't it?
Yup...we can hope, right?
02-06-2009 01:21 PM
lisevolution
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Originally Posted by Ddutty View Post
Apparently these gloves are awesome... I was out in Breckenridge a couple weeks ago and the windchill was -20 on top the mountain. My Burton gloves were getting damp and my hands were absolutely freezing from the T-bar. My friend had pair of the Swany mittens and he was feeling fine. His gloves are 5 years old! These things were made to last... I ordered a pair of of Swany X-Change II mittens yesterday.

I'm pretty happy with my setup right now, if I could add anything it would be a pair of UnderArmour Base 3.0 pants, but they are sold out just about everywhere in my size. I managed to pick up one of the shirts, but I would like to have a couple of them. By far best piece of clothing I have ever used to keep warm!
Yeah man, that's how I found out about them... I was out at Loveland like 2yrs ago and it was like -10 and my Burton Pinnacle Gore-Tex gloves with liners were freaking useless as I couldn't feel my fingers and regardless of the Gore-Tex soaking wet from riding in real snow all day. My skier friend let me borrow his second pair of Swany's he had in his bag just for situations like that and I went and bought a pair right after we got off the mountain.
02-06-2009 01:16 PM
lisevolution
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Originally Posted by zakk View Post
i need some honest to gawd waterproof gloves.
See my previous post about Swani Gloves
02-06-2009 01:15 PM
lisevolution
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Originally Posted by hm1sfidc View Post
Thanks bud !
No Problem
02-06-2009 11:01 AM
Rocketbass88
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Originally Posted by Triple8Sol View Post
I wish my goggles never ever fogged or iced over.
That would be a perfect world, wouldn't it?
02-06-2009 03:10 AM
Triple8Sol I wish my jackets had built-in wrist gaiters. I wish my goggles never ever fogged or iced over.
02-06-2009 02:16 AM
Dawg Catcher I want a lollipop and for douche 2 to STFU
02-05-2009 11:04 PM
Ddutty
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Originally Posted by lisevolution View Post
check out Swany... I know they're a skier brand, but they're the best gloves i've ever owned and I have pairs of Burton, Cel-Tek, Drop, Stick-It, Dakine and Pow gloves at home and I only ride the Swani's unless it's spring then the others are ok
Apparently these gloves are awesome... I was out in Breckenridge a couple weeks ago and the windchill was -20 on top the mountain. My Burton gloves were getting damp and my hands were absolutely freezing from the T-bar. My friend had pair of the Swany mittens and he was feeling fine. His gloves are 5 years old! These things were made to last... I ordered a pair of of Swany X-Change II mittens yesterday.

I'm pretty happy with my setup right now, if I could add anything it would be a pair of UnderArmour Base 3.0 pants, but they are sold out just about everywhere in my size. I managed to pick up one of the shirts, but I would like to have a couple of them. By far best piece of clothing I have ever used to keep warm!
02-05-2009 10:28 PM
Rocketbass88 I love my setup right now... the only thing I can really think of that I wished I had was a Salomon Sick Stick for backcountry and trees but that would in NO WAY replace my Lib Tech.
02-05-2009 07:55 PM
YanTheMan I think some oneil jackets have that.

I would change my helmet, Its wicked old. Maybe a just higher quality board... But the one I got now is wicked.
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